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monitor the severity of certain impacts and also the frequency of certain impact, as well. >> reporter: but in nava's case, the school district says his helmet's sensor did not work. now, products like these are not going to stop the concussion epidemic, but if a coach sees a red light like this blinking, he at least knows to take a second look at a player wearing this helmet. riddell telling abc news, since few facts are known, it would be inappropriate for us to speculate about the incident. nava is still in an induced coma, but at least now, his family says, he's breathing on his own. matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. proof it is unlikely there will be an international ban on shipping quantities of rechargeable batteries on passenger airliners. a united nations you panel rejecting such a move even though there is evidence the batteries can start fires during flights. those fires are difficult to extinguish, as well. just a few weeks, the faa warned about shipping quantities of lithium ion batteries. >> there's going to be more lost production than usual in offices
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across the country because today is national cat day. you can have kittens delivered to your office. those deliveries can be arranged with the driving service uber and if you really like a kitten that comes by, you can make arrangements to adopt it. 30 bucks will get you the 15 minutes with a cat. the rest is up to you. look at that sweet a pie. >> why don't we have -- why aren't beat overrun by kittens right now? >> we are. >> because that's us torturing one another. >> we don't torture kittens. no. >> so speaking of lost productivity, how do you think a work station like this one would affect productivity? it's called the alt work station. >> are you going to check my teeth and floss. >> its main features it allows users to recline on the job. >> the seat, deck and monitor stand are electronically controlled. the keyboard and mouse stay affixed to the desk.
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do you get a free toothbrush if you order this. >> it has a programmable memory that allows you to mark the exact positions you prefer. all those features are going to cost you nearly four grand if you preorder. >> a lot of people here at abc especially in our news desk have these fancy stands. they believe about standing and some of them, dan harris loves to have. >> matt gutman as you can see he's got a good body. he does the standing deck out in l.a. >> does? >> he >> yes. >> what are you trying to say, people with good bodies at this network stand? >> yes. >> how come you have one and i don't? i'm talking about the standing deck. >> it's good for your health. jack's always laying down on the job. >> none of our producers have standing decks on the overnight. >> good point. coming up, we will eat on the job. it's national seafood month and you will certainly seafood. >> you'll also see a house haunted by ghosts and it's
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haunted by fans of the movie "the conjuring." the family that lives there not thrilled about it. they're suing the filmmakers. >> the nation's first families coming together with britain's royal family. prince harry bringing his invictus games. we want to do a shoutout to the eyewitness news in chicago where it's going to be a balmy 50 degrees. >> that's a nice little shot. >> yeah. >> "world news now" weather, brought to you by delsym. [coughing] [coughing] [coughing] coughing disrupts everyone's life. that's why so many people are turning to delsym for longer lasting cough relief. delsym has an advanced time release formula that helps silence coughs for a full 12 hours. that's three times longer than the leading cough liquid. all night... or all day.
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>> you don't get wet. very calming and cool. >> well, the president and first lady were treated to a royal visit at the white house. all in the spirit of supporting wounded veterans. >> britain's prince harry is here to help kick off the run-up to the 2016 invictus games. abc's serena marshall was there. >> reporter: there's just no other way to say a it. >> all right, ladies. prince harry is here. don't act like you don't notice. >> reporter: his royal highness prince harry in d.c. with the first lady to kick off the invictus games. a paralympic tile event for military veterans an issue personal for the prince. a former army captain with two tours in afghanistan. >> returning to the uk after my first deployment i shared the flight home with three critically injured british soldiers. it hit me then this flight was one of many carrying home men and women whose lives would be changed forever and some who had made the ultimate sacrifice. >> reporter: they're launching the 2016 games to be held in the
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spring with a friendly game of wheelchair basketball. among the players, former navy petty officer max roan seriously injured after a grenade hit his humvee in iraq six years ago. >> focus every day. a goal that gets me out of bed in the morning and the team keeps me going when i'm having a big day. this was a big part of my healing process. >> reporter: while the games are about raising awareness and support for veterans you can still expect a friendly competitive spirit between the two countries. >> i should apologize to him in advance for all the medals america will win in orlando. >> you better bring it, usa. >> reporter: and athletes going for gold. >> we took thome silver in the volleyball game which will be redeemed next year. max and team usa lost volleyball at the last games, too. you guessed it, britain. the 2016 games though will be held in may at the espn wide
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world of sports in orlando. and this time feature 15 countries and more than 500 athletes. reena, kendis? >> thank you so much. serena, he said in his speech yesterday that being deployed to afghanistan completely changed the direction of his life. i think you see that. he genuinely careds about it this. >> he does. it's an ongoing effort for him. the important thing we didn't get there the first lady might have mentioned that he's still single and no plans to get married anytime soon. >> you had to mention that one. >> yeah, all right. coming up, we have only three days left in october into just three days left in the national seafood month. and we're in for a treat from the sea for ourive someny yak kitchen today. you're watching "world news now." "world news now"
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there are only three days left in october. so foodwise, most of us appreciate pumpkin and halloween kandi, right. >> it's also as you mentioned national seafood month. this morning wait till you see what we've cooked up to celebrate. abc's trina trinh is in our kitchening. > hey, this is national seafood month. we're here at red stixs restaurant in manhattan with jason lee. this alaskan king crab. >> this is fresh straight out of alaska. one side is salt and pepper, the other side scal lon.
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>> i guess we got to take it to the kitchen. sorry, friend. >> unfortunately for fred, fortunate for us. >> we will do you proud, fred. >> we're in the executive with executive chef skinny who is going to show us how to get the crab ready for the steamer. steamer. >> so he just places it in your big, big steamer here. >> yes. >> how long are we going to steam it for? >> 15 minutes. >> 15 minutes. here's the big reveal. wow. >> yeah. it's pretty grand. >> the color is just so the gorgeous. now we have our steamed crab. and we're going to toss them in two different kinds of sauces. >> yes, there's two different preparations. one side is salt and pepper, more of a drier sauce. the other half will be garlic scallion which is a wet sauce. >> what's next? >> what chef skinny is going to do is dip every piece in
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cornstarch. why we do that is it helps the causes stick to the meat and the shell. it's going to flash fry it and the reason why we use corn sarge is because we want to still keep this gluten free. we don't use flour. >> interesting. we've steamed the crabs, dusted them with cornstarch. now it's time to give them a little bit of a frying. >> we're going to flash fry them a few seconds to get the cornstarch stuck on the meat and then it's going to go into the sauces. >> giving an it a little bit of a crunchy tex stur. >> absolutely. there's a little bit of krurvelgy in there. . >> now it's time for the sauces. >> yes. chef skinny is going to start with the garlic ginger sauce. >> what do we need here? we're working with garlic, ginger, scallions. >> those three ingredients. a little salt, a little sugar. some sesame oil.
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chinese wine and scallion flavored sesame oil. >> all right. sauce number two. >> sauce number two. this is a salt and pepper sauce. it's a dry side, but you know, heck of a lot of flavor. it's salt, pepper, scallions, chilies and a little bit of ginger, too. >> all right. here we go. >> here we are. mm. oh, my god. >> is it great? >> that is delicious. wow. >> and all the rules go out the door this morning at this hour to eating seafood. we say thank you to red stixs. >> this has got to be the world's largest oyster. >> they call them certifieders of the sea, crabs that is. >> huge. >> take a bite. love to see how you do that. and please don't drip on your shirt because we don't have another shirt for you. delicious?
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♪ okay, well, let's move on now to something stranger than fiction. you know, there are uite afew storied haubted houses across america that may or may not be legitimately haunted. >> one of those houses was the basis for a movie thriller released two years ago, but the owners say it's hollywood and not the supernatural that conjured up their demons. here's abc's david wright. >> for the owners of this rural rhode island farmhouse, the trouble started with the 2013 horror movie "the conjuring."
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about a pair of real life ghost hunters. >> we prefer to be known simply as ed and lorraine warren. >> investigating ebola spirits tormenting andrea per rin and her family. the film supposedly based on true events. the filmmakers shot at a different house but used per rin's real name and the name of the town. ever since the movie came out, the new owners of the farmhouse say they've been haunted not by poltergeists but by horror fans and curiosity seekers. >> we heard about this place from the movie. >> just wanted to take pictures from the road. >> now the homeowners have filed suit claiming while the makers have profited enormously from the film, they received nothing but a conjuring instigated siege of their property. speaking to "inside edition" they said. >> if it needs this type of publicity and a lawsuit to get this out, that is my main goal to get it out this stuff is made up and to take the stigma off this house. >> we reached out to the studio
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who said they hadn't seen the lawsuit. but it's out there. you better believe it. david wright, abc news, new york. >> whoa. >> wow. >> so if we tell that you this set is haunted, do we get a new set? >> that would be kind of nice. anderson, are you out there. >> >> who's haunting this place? >> it is haunted. that's us. >> i don't know who's more scared there, you or me. >> i think you might be scared of my shorts. >> who wears short shorts? >> that's the in us for this half hour. remember to follow us on facebook at
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